The Superstition in Classical Mythology

The superstition  in classical mythology, Cupid was often depicted wearing a blindfold and shooting arrows at lovers in superstition . Whoever was hit by one of Cupid’s arrows would fall in love as it was superstition . But, because Cupid was firing his arrows whilst blindfolded, people would fall in love at random.

In superstition  So here, the proverb is being used to express the idea that love is something unexpected and random, controlled by fate in a way that we cannot always understandof superstition. There are, then, several ways of interpreting this proverb and it is useful to summarize them. Thus, ‘love is blind’ can mean any of the below of superstition people who are in love tend to find each other very attractive, but they also have something more significant than that and it is not a superstition belief  a love of each others’ personalities, thoughts, beliefs and so on .

In a more abstract sense, the proverb reminds people who are in love with each other that they should not dwell on perceived flaws in each others’ characters which not include superstition .

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